Shine-Dalgarno Centre PhD Scholarship title

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In 2024, the Shine-Dalgarno Centre for RNA Innovation, John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR), ANU College of Health and Medicine offers one full scholarship known as the Shine-Dalgarno PhD Scholarship (“the Award”)

Jason Passioura Bursary title

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The Jason Passioura Bursary honours its namesake who passed away in 2022 after battling Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) brain cancer for 16 months.

Jason was a valued member of the NCEPH community who showed enthusiasm for his work and demonstrated exceptional commitment to data accuracy and ensuring that evidence-based research was undertaken with a focus on improving the quality of source data.

Tony and Michelle Clarke Grant title

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The School of Medicine and Psychology (‘the School’) in the  ANU College of Health and Medicine (‘the College’) may offer an award known as the Tony and Michelle Clarke Grant (‘the Award’).

Funding for this Award has been provided by Tony and Michelle Clarke to support a PhD candidate in the School of Medicine and Psychology. 

Pac-EVIPP+ MAE Fellowship title

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The National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) at the ANU College of Health and Medicine (College) may offer up to six awards between 2025 to 2028, known as the Pac-EVIPP+ MAE fellowship, to undertake the Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) program at the Australian National University (University).

School of Medicine and Psychology PhD Scholarship title

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The School of Medicine and Psychology (‘the School’) in the  ANU College of Health and Medicine (‘the College’) is offering a one-off award to support a PhD research program exploring the topic of health and homelessness in Australia (‘the Award’).

Funding for this Award has been provided by the John James Foundation.

ANU Alumni postgraduate support scheme title

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The Australian National University (ANU) alumni postgraduate support scheme assists our alumni to upskill or retrain to meet the challenges of our changing world.

It is awarded to all ANU eligible alumni, whether domestic or international, to support their ongoing postgraduate studies at ANU commencing in 2024.

Whether seeking to advance your career in your current field or looking to reskill for an in-demand industry, you are now eligible for a 10 per cent tuition fee reduction on most postgraduate courses at ANU, if you enrol in your program in 2024.

CSIRO Indigenous STEM Scholarship title

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The Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre in conjunction with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is pleased to offer an award known as the CSIRO Indigenous STEM Scholarship with the aim of supporting further engagement with Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) amongst Indigenous Australians and to provide financial support to overcome obstacles to education as well as an opportunity to engage with the CSIRO and build a relationship and pathway into a career in STEM.

PhD Stipends in infectious disease modelling and applied statistics title

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We are seeking domestic PhD applicants with advanced skills in mathematical statistics, infectious disease modelling, or spatial modelling to contribute to an ARC Linkage funded project “Surveillance programs and sampling schemes for assessing and maintaining the absence of pests and diseases”.

We intend to fund two PhD projects in the following areas:

Talo Computational Biology Talent Accelerator Program Travel Grant title

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Each year the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) (‘the School’) in the ANU College of Health and Medicine(‘theCollege’) may offer up to six awards known as the Talo Computational Biology Talent Accelerator Program Travel Grant (‘the Award’).

Funding for this Award has been provided by Taiyang Zhang and Loong Wang through the JCSMR Talo Computational Biology Talent Accelerator program.

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